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Stronglight 93 crank, Huret Jubilee derailleurs

Old 11-25-23, 10:14 AM
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Stronglight 93 crank, Huret Jubilee derailleurs

All SOLD, thanks!

Hi folks, cleaning out my spare parts bin. All prices include USPS priority flat rate shipping.
  • SOLD: Stronglight 93 crank - 170mm length, 52/40 rings, English pedal threads, somewhat unusual in that it has a chain guard ring on the outside. Includes caps. Very good condition, $95 OBO
  • SOLD: Huret Jubilee rear derailleur - very good condition - this is the one for the Huret dropouts, however I am including an adapter for Campy dropouts (aftermarket, never used). $80 OBO
  • SOLD: Huret Jubilee front derailleur - fair to good condition, has cage scraping. $45 OBO
  • SOLD: Huret Jubilee shift levers - not quite new, but the best set I have ever seen, $60 OBO

Thanks!

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Old 11-25-23, 10:41 AM
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Originally Posted by 75lechamp
Stronglight 93 crank... somewhat unusual in that it has a chain guard ring on the outside.
I'm not an expert on Stronglight components, but having purchased a 93 crankset for a build a while back I did a bit of research and came across information suggesting that the version with the chain guard was marketed specifically to the burgeoning cyclocross crowd.

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Thanks Gregory, that's is pretty interesting. Note that this particular crank is from a Raleigh Super Tourer, which had these as original.

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